New leaks are claiming the Samsung Galaxy Note20 is coming with a flat 60Hz display, plastic body & more
Yesterday, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra got a huge leak and its role as a "compact gaming console" is very promising. Today, it's the Galaxy Note20's turn with more tech specs details especially on its design and screen panel. Without further ado, here's everything you need to know about the vanilla version.
As speculated, the Galaxy Note20 would still feature a Super AMOLED display. It measures 6.7-inches and has 1080p but it seems that Samsung is reverting back to using a flat display instead of a curved version, it could also be using a 60Hz refresh rate. Not only that, but the body material is also said to be in plastic with a metal frame around, as well as having a 4G and 5G variant.
Comparing with the predecessor, this may seem like a downgrade but we don't really have any problems with that. After all, not every app is optimized to go over 60Hz refresh rate and not everyone is a fan of having a curved edge screen. With that said, if the Galaxy Note20 really comes in plastic with the optional 4G variant, that means the device would be most affordable and this is particularly good news for the Malaysia market.
In addition, rumours are also suggesting that the Galaxy Note20 would retain the Exynos 990 chipset (oh well), 8GB of RAM, 256GB internal storage (might not have expandable storage), a 4300mAh battery and a quad rear camera that includes a 64MP (telephoto) sensor. In terms of features, the Space Zoom could be maxed at 30x only, there's an 8K video recording, IP68 certified, as well as supporting fast-charging, wireless charging and reverse wireless charging (PowerShare).
All will be revealed on 5 August soon, but what do you folks think about the Galaxy Note20 design choices? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more trending tech gadget news at TechNave.com.